Orlov

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Orlov

(ˈɔːlɒf)
n
(Biography) Count Grigori Grigorievich. 1734–83, Russian soldier and a lover of Catherine II. He led (with his brother, Count Aleksey Grigorievich Orlov, 1737–1808) the coup that brought Catherine to power
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He says Count Orlov never gave such a dinner as ours will be!"
Long before that, he would prove to be one of Catherine's most competent officials with a knack for getting rid of her enemies, a skill recounted to audiences today in the hit play 'Count Orlov'.
Campaign & Co's demise occurred, according to Count Orlov, because the firm was "seriously flawed" when it was purchased in 1996 and had lost a number of leading clients.